{Super Bowl 2016} pregame: Start time, TV schedule and live stream

Super Bowl 2016: The Super Bowl pregame show has taken on a life of its own. Even though the analysis is generally banal and there’s nothing new to say about the actual game, networks still pull out all the stops with elaborate studio sets, dozens of analysts and (in recent years) live musical performances. #Super Bowl 2016# If nothing else, the pregame show certainly sells the grand spectacle of the Super Bowl.

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Naturally, CBS is going all hands on deck with its pregame show this year. It has seven hours of pregame content lined up, featuring the usual studio pundits along with specials presented by NFL Films. But NFL Network and ESPN will also have programming that will get you prepped for the Super Bowl.

Let’s take a look at what all three networks have to offer on Super Bowl Sunday.


Super Bowl 50: Before They Were Pros: An NFL Films production, following players on the Super Bowl teams going back to their home towns and exploring how they got to this point in their lives.

Road to the Super Bowl: NFL Films’ annual look back at the highs and lows of the 2015 season, with all the grandiosity you’d expect from NFL Films.

Phil Simms All-Iron Team: Super Bowl Edition: To celebrate the game’s 50th anniversary, CBS analyst Phil Simms takes a look back at the best players and coaches from each decade of the Super Bowl. This special will also feature retired broadcaster Dick Enberg, who called eight Super Bowls.

The Super Bowl Today: The supersized version of The NFL Today you see every Sunday in the regular season. This features all the familiar studio faces with James Brown, Boomer Esiason, Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott, while Ian Eagle and Greg Gumbel are also involved. Jason La Canfora serves as the lead insider, along with reporters Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Allie LaForce.

Super Bowl on CBS Kickoff Show: The final stretch run, featuring live performances from Ellie Goulding and Train, among others. This is also where we see the team introductions, the national anthem performance by Lady Gaga, opening coin toss and a tribute to past Super Bowl MVPs.

NFL Network

NFL Network has a full slate of coverage scheduled for the day, starting at 9 a.m. ET with a special edition of GameDay Morning Live followed by a special on Super Bowl commercials.

GameDay Morning Live: NFL Network is bringing viewers 8.5 hours of pregame Super Bowl coverage beginning at 9 a.m. ET. Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin will be live on set at Levi’s Stadium, and they’ll be joined by guest analyst Brett Favre. NFL Network will have a host of reporters and personalities covering every aspect of the big game, from Deion Sanders and Terrell Davis in the NFL Fan Plaza to Amber Theoharis and Willie McGinest on the Gold Carpet.

Super Bowl Commercials: At 5:30 p.m. Boomer Esiason, Kevin Frazier and Katharine McPhee will take viewers right up to kickoff as they host a special counting down the best Super Bowl commercials from the past.


ESPN will broadcast live from Marina Bay in San Francisco throughout Super Bowl Sunday, with a full and varied schedule of programming starting at 6:30 a.m. ET.

NFL Matchup: ESPN’s preview show featuring Trey Wingo, Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge breaking down the X’s and O’s of Super Bowl 50 will air at 6:30 a.m. ET with a replay at 8:30 a.m.

The Sports Reporters: Hosted by John Saunders, this show featuring sportswriters exploring all the angles of the Panthers vs. Broncos matchup will air at 9:30 a.m. ET.

NFL Insiders: ESPN’s program hosted by Trey Wingo and featuring Adam Schefter, Bill Polian and Louis Riddick will break down the details of the Super Bowl beginning at 10 a.m. ET.

Postseason NFL Countdown: ESPN’s official pregame show will kick off at 11 a.m. and will be broadcast live from locations in Marina Bay and Levi’s Stadium. Chris Berman will headline the coverage from Marina Bay, and he’ll be joined by Wendi Nix, Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson, Keyshawn Johnson and Adam Schefter. Suzy Kolber will be live at Levi’s Stadium and will dissect every aspect of the Super Bowl matchup with the help of Trent Dilfer, Ray Lewis and Steve Young. Sal Paolantonio will be checking in with updates on the Broncos and Ed Werder will be covering the Panthers. Jim Trotter will also be providing team updates.

The game officially begins at 6:30 p.m. ET, but the festivities start long before that. Here is the complete schedule for the day.

All times Eastern
How to watch


 Live Stream Online: CBS Sports

11 a.m.: Super Bowl 50: Before They Were Pros

Noon: Road to the Super Bowl

1 p.m.: Phil Simms All-Iron Team: Super Bowl Edition

2-6 p.m.: The Super Bowl Today

6-6:30 p.m.: Super Bowl on CBS Kickoff Show

NFL Network

Live Stream Online: Watch NFL Network

9 a.m.: GameDay Morning Live

5:30 p.m.: Super Bowl Commercials


Live stream Online: Watch ESPN

6:30 a.m.: NFL Matchup

8:30 a.m.: NFL Matchup replay

9:30 a.m.: The Sports Reporters

10:00 a.m.: Postseason NFL Countdown

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Super Bowl 2016: Frequently asked questions about Super Bowl 50

Super Bowl 2016:Super Bowl 50: Quiz for dummies.How much do you know about Super Bowl 50? Probably more than these people. We asked six (non-sports) Oregonian/OregonLive reporters 12 easy Super Bowl 50 questions. Watch to hear them “fumble” through the answers.

Super Bowl 50 is Sunday.

But you knew that … right?

According to Google Trends’ most searched questions surrounding the Super Bowl, not everyone does.

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“When is Super Bowl 2016?” is one of many terms people are searching for surrounding Sunday’s big game. Below, we run through some of the most frequently asked questions about Super Bowl 50, according to Google. Super Bowl  50

(And make sure to check out the video above of Oregonian/OregonLive staff members and football novices try to answer some basic Super Bowl questions.)
Who is going to Super Bowl 50?

The Denver Broncos (12-4) and the Carolina Panthers (15-1) will meet in Super Bowl 50, Sunday, Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT.

The game is broadcast live on CBS. You can also live stream the game on cbssports.com.

The Broncos advanced to the Super Bowl by defeating the defending champion New England Patriots 20-18. The Panthers advanced with a 49-15 victory over the Arizona Cardinals.

This will mark the third consecutive year the the No. 1 seeds from the AFC and NFC have advanced to the Super Bowl. The game also pits the No. 1 scoring defense (Broncos, 283.1 yards per game) in the league against the No. 1 scoring offense (Panthers, 31.3 points per game).

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An estimated 189 million people are expected to watch Super Bowl 50. Last year’s mark of 114 million viewers tuning in to watch the Patriots and Seahawks was the most-viewed television event in U.S. history.

Where will the Super Bowl be played?

Super Bowl 50 will be played in Santa Clara, Calif, at Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers. It is located 45 miles from San Francisco and 9.1 miles from San Jose. The $1.2 billion stadium broke ground in 2012 and opened for the 2014 season.

How much are Super Bowl tickets?

Face value for tickets is $850 each, according to Yahoo. But on the secondary market, the average ticket price is just below $5,000. That number, according to TiqIQ.com, is down 40 percent from last year’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots.

When was the last time the Panthers won the Super Bowl?

The Panthers last reached the Super Bowl in 2004 against the New England Patriots. Carolina went from 1-15 the season before to making their first (and only) appearance in the big game. New England won the game on a 41-yard field goal by Adam Vinatieri field goal with four seconds left.

How many times have the Panthers been to the Super Bowl?

This will be the second time the Panthers have reached the Super Bowl.

When were the Carolina Panthers founded?

The Carolina Panthers were announced as the NFL’s 29th franchise in 1993 and began play in 1995. They played as part of the NFC West from 1995-2001 before moving to the NFC South in 2002. The Panthers have six division titles and seven playoff appearances.

How many Super Bowls have the Broncos won?

The Broncos are making their seventh Super Bowl appearance, and second in the last three years (last was 2014). Denver is 4-2 in prior Super Bowls, winning in 1997 (Super Bowl XXXII) and 1998 (Super Bowl XXXIII).

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Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway crosses into the end zone to score during the first quarter of Super Bowl XXXII at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium Sunday, Jan. 25, 1998. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke).

How many Super Bowls has Peyton played in?

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will be playing in his fourth Super Bowl, second with Denver. He also played in two Super Bowls with the Indianapolis Colts (Super Bowl XLI in 2006 and Super Bowl XLIV in 2009). He’s the first quarterback in NFL history to have played in four Super Bowls with four different head coaches. Manning is also the first QB in league history to have made multiple Super Bowl appearances with two different teams.

Will Peyton Manning retire?

At 39-years-old, Super Bowl 50 could mark Manning’s last NFL game. No. 18 is playing in his 18th season and ranks first on the NFL’s all-time passing yards (71,940) and touchdowns (539) lists.Super Bowl L

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Super Bowl 2016 betting primer: How do odds, spreads and prop bets work?

Super Bowl 2016: Super Bowl 50 will feature more money gambled than any other sporting event in 2016. We’ve got a rundown of important words and phrases so you know what people are talking about.

Super Bowl 50 kicks off this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. It will be the most televised event of the year. It will also be the most wagered sporting event. No other event sees the kind of legal and illegal money wagered like the Super Bowl. Whether you are betting at a casino in Las Vegas, through an online sportsbook like Bovada.lv or in your work office pool, a large chunk of America ends up wagering something on the Super Bowl.

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Whether you are potentially entering an office pool or you want some talking points for a friend’s Super Bowl party, here are a few key terms and phrases related to gambling and the Super Bowl.

What is the spread?
The spread for Super Bowl 50 is currently set at six points, according to most sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. The Carolina Panthers are the favorites and the Denver Broncos are the underdogs. If you bet on the Panthers as 6-point favorites and they lose or win by fewer than six points, you have failed to cover the spread. If you bet on the Broncos to cover the spread, you are anticipating they will lose the game by fewer points than the spread. If you bet on the Broncos as 6-point underdogs and they win the game or lose by five or fewer points, you have “covered” the spread. If the Panthers win by six points, it is a push.

What does it mean to be giving and getting points?
If you are a favorite, you are “giving” the other team points. If you an underdog, you are “getting” points from the other team to make up for the fact that you are the underdog. In the case of this game, the Panthers are giving two points, while the Broncos are getting two points. The idea is that the favorite is better, so for betting purposes they are giving up points to the lesser team.

How is the spread determined?
The 6-point spread does not mean the Panthers are two points better than the Broncos. Sportsbooks do not set the spread based on who they think is better. They set the spread based on who they think gamblers will view as the better team. The goal is to get an even amount gambled on each team. If a sportsbook gets the same amount of money for each team, they are guaranteed a profit on the spread. Sportsbooks take a percentage of each bet, which is called the vigorish, or vig. If the wagers end up split 50-50 between the two teams, the sportsbook walks away profiting from the vig.

Will the spread change before the game?
Yes. The line opened with the Panthers as 3.5-point favorites. The betting public is strong in its support of the Panthers. Most of the betting public is betting on the Panthers and sportsbooks have raised the number in hopes of evening out the money involve with the Broncos. If everybody bets on the Panthers and the Panthers cover, the house loses.

What is the moneyline?
You can also bet strictly on which team will win the game. This is called betting on the moneyline. For Sunday’s game, the favored Panthers are as much as -255 on the moneyline. This means that if you bet $255 moneyline on the Panthers, you will win $100. The underdog Broncos are listed as high as -215. This means if you bet $100 you will win $215. If you bet the moneyline on the underdog Broncos, you will win more money than if you bet the spread because you are predicting them to win and not just lose by no more than five points. If you bet on the favored Panthers, you will get worse odds (and win less money) than if you bet on the moneyline.

What is the over/under?
The point total for Super Bowl 49 is set at 45.5 points. One can bet on whether the two teams will combine to score more than that total (OVER), or less than that total (UNDER).

What are prop bets?
The Super Bowl is well known for the numerous prop bets one can wager on. A prop bet takes individual events within or connected to the game and allows you to bet on them. They can be connected to the on-field action, meaning you can bet on things like total passing yards for Cam Newton or Peyton Manning, total receiving yards for Demaryius Thomas or Ted Ginn Jr., or total rushing yards for C.J. Anderson or Jonathan Stewart. However, for the Super Bowl, prop bets will also be incredibly random. You can bet on things like how long the National Anthem will last, how many times “dab” or “dabbing” will be said by announcers or even whether the coin toss will come up heads or tails. Super Bowl 2016

Is my office pool legal?
It actually depends on your state. Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Illinois are among those that say it is illegal. Colorado, Maine and South Carolina are among states that actually carve out exceptions for social gambling. But either way, why worry about technicalities? Just don’t tell HR!

What are Super Bowl squares?
Super Bowl squares use a 10-by-10 grid featuring the numbers 0 through 9 on top and down the left column. The row of numbers represents the last digit of the score of one team, while the column of numbers represents the last digit of the score of another team. Usually, the scores are applied to the first, second and third quarters, and then the final score. The numbers can go in order 0 through 9, or they can be randomly ordered. Learn more about Super Bowls squares HERE.

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Super Bowl 2016 schedule: A look at the biggest events leading up to the game

Super Bowl 2016: The Denver Broncos will take on the Carolina Panthers under the bright lights of Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The big game is set for Sunday, Feb. 7, and will feature the first time a Super Bowl has been played by two starting quarterbacks taken first overall in the NFL Draft.

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But before Peyton Manning and Cam Newton take the field for the big game, the NFL will have a slew of events surrounding the game to gets fans interested and involved. The hype machine for a Super Bowl is unlike any other, and if you happen to be in Santa Clara when it ramps up, there will be plenty to do in the week leading up to the game and even on gameday outside of, well, the actual football game.

The NFL Experience is the one that the NFL is pushing the most. It starts on Saturday, Jan. 30, and runs through the day of the game. It’s something of a theme park offering “participatory games, youth football clinics, merchandise from NFL Shop and free autograph sessions from NFL players.” The league touts an enhanced Super Bowl rings display, seeing yourself against NFL players in the 40-yard dash and vertical jump on screens and personalized digital photos.

There is also Super Bowl City, the free fan village dedicated to celebrating the Super Bowl. It will be centered in Justin Herman Plaza on the Embarcadero, and there will be plenty of similar activities to the NFL Experience. Super Bowl City will also feature several concerts on the City Stage and the Fan Stage.

The full schedule of Super Bowl City entertainment can be found here.

Super Bowl Media Day has taken on a shift this year, and is referred to as Super Bowl Opening Night this year. That will take place on Feb. 1 at the SAP Center in San Jose. Fans will be able to see players and coaches address the media and plenty more.

Then there’s the Fan Gallery, which also will be held from Jan. 30 through gameday. Fans can watch the media in action there, and it is free to the public. There will be other isolated events surrounding the game, which can be found here, but we’ve covered the big ones above.

Here’s all the information you need to know about the big game itself.

Date: Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 6:30 p.m. ET

Location: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.


Online streaming: CBS Sports

Announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Phil Simms (color analyst), Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn (sideline reporters)

Odds: SB Nation Odds Page

Halftime show: Coldplay, featuring Beyonce and Bruno Mars

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Super Bowl 2016: Las Vegas’ Latest Odds for Favorites and Sleepers

Super Bowl 2016: Get ready for a Super Bowl 50 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots.While there are still nearly three full weeks of the regular season to play along with three rounds of NFL playoffs, the Patriots and Panthers are favored to get to Levi’s Stadium to decide the NFL championship February 7.

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The Panthers are undefeated through their first 13 games and have three winnable games remaining against the New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers left on their schedule. Going 16-0 in the regular season does not assure any team of a Super Bowl championship, and no team knows that better than the Patriots.

They accomplished that feat in 2007 and led through the majority of the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, but they were denied by the Giants. Nevertheless, the Panthers are plus-375 co-favorites to get to the Super Bowl and win the game this year, according to Odds Shark.

The Patriots are 11-2 as they get ready to host the Tennessee Titans in their last regular-season home game. While they have suffered a number of injuries to players like Dion Lewis and LeGarrette Blount, the Pats are also plus-375 favorites to win Super Bowl 50. They are clear favorites to represent the AFC in the championship game.

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Team Odds
Carolina Panthers +375
New England Patriots +375
Arizona Cardinals +550
Seattle Seahawks +600
Pittsburgh Steelers +750
Green Bay Packers +1,000
Denver Broncos +1,200
Kansas City Chiefs +1,600
Cincinnati Bengals +2,200
Indianapolis Colts +5.000
Minnesota Vikings +5.000
N.Y. Giants +5.000
N.Y. Jets +5.000
Philadelphia Eagles +5.000
Washington Redskins +10,000
Houston Texans +10,000
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The Arizona Cardinals are right behind those two teams at plus-400, and they are considered to be a legitimate threat because of their talent on both sides of the ball. The Cardinals rank first in total offense and fourth in fewest yards allowed, and quarterback Carson Palmer has been lighting it up all season. He has thrown for 4,003 yards with a 31-9 TD-interception ratio, and the Cardinals show no signs of slowing down.

The Seattle Seahawks have reeled off four straight one-sided victories and have improved to 8-5 after a brutal start to their season. They are now showing signs that they could be in a position to get back to the Super Bowl for a third straight season because quarterback Russell Wilson is on fire. He has thrown 16 TD passes in the last four weeks and he has not thrown an interception. The Seahawks are plus-600 to win the Super Bowl.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are the No. 2-rated team in the AFC to win the Super Bowl, according to Odds Shark at plus-750. The Steelers host the Denver Broncos (plus-1,200) in Week 15, and prior to the start of that game, the Steelers find themselves on the outside of the playoffs looking in.

However, Ben Roethlisberger has an excellent rapport with wide receivers Antonio Brown, Martavis Bryant and Markus Wheaton, and the Steelers have the capability of lighting up the scoreboard on an every-week basis.

No other team in either conference has odds of less than plus-1,000 to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

The Green Bay Packers were rated as a likely Super Bowl champion by many of the preseason publications, but their once-formidable offense has slowed considerably, and they have fallen to plus-1,000. Still, it would not be wise to count out the Packers as long as Aaron Rodgers is under center.

One week ago, the Cincinnati Bengals were holding on to the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. However, they lost their Week 14 home game to the Steelers and quarterback Andy Dalton broke his thumb. Their prospects for winning a title have taken a severe hit, and their odds have fallen to plus-2,200.The Kansas City Chiefs may be unlikely champions, but they have opened a lot of eyes around the league with their seven-game winning streak. Alex Smith is not a down-the-field bomber, but he rarely throws interceptions, and the Chiefs have rallied after a 1-5 start. They are rated a plus-1,600 to win the title for the first time since Super Bowl IV.

Their opponent in that game was the Minnesota Vikings, a team that has been to four Super Bowls but has never won it. The Vikings have a powerful running game and a nasty defense, and they are plus-5,000 to win the Super Bowl. That would seem to indicate that the Vikings may still be a year or more from winning the championship, but don’t tell that to aggressive head coach Mike Zimmer.

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